What is CBD rich hemp oil? A personal account
It is shocking just how much misinformation is doing the rounds when it comes to CBD rich hemp oil. I mentioned cbd ir oil recently in conversation. The flurry of ignorant remarks was unbelievable. The following are actual comments that were made.
What is CBD rich hemp oil? It sounds like some kind of narcotic. Surely it must be illegal? I have heard you can get high from that stuff. My neighbor’s dog died from eating cbd oil, I think. Yeah, you can only buy cbd rich hemp oil on the black market. It costs a fortune, that’s why they call it CBD gold oil. CBD oil? Is that the stuff the Arabs are controlling? You know, like wars in Afghanistan and stuff? Hemp is just another word for weed, dude. So CBD oil is weed. Can you smoke oil?
It took several heated exchanges before the smoke cleared and my protestations were acknowledged. I had to explain I was not a pot smoking hippie trying to force a Greenpeace agenda. It took considerable effort on my part before my friends realized that I am actually quite knowledgeable on the subject.
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Dazed and confused
Once they all settled down, their expressions reminded me of the popular Led Zeppelin song “Dazed and confused.” They were struggling to accept that years of misinformation had been fed to them.
“Guys,” I said. “I am sorry to have to break it to you. CBD rich hemp oil is not a narcotic. It is not the devil in disguise. It is little more than a vegetable oil. You cannot die from it. You won’t get stoned from it. There is no cloak and dagger black market filled with shady drug pushers. If you want to know what CBD rich hemp oil is, I will explain.”
They stared blankly, waiting for me to continue. They had that look of disappointment a kid gets when he finds out Santa Claus is a hoax. I wanted to get them excited again. Just because Santa doesn’t exist, there is no need to ruin Christmas. You still get presents don’t you? So what is CBD rich hemp oil?
Hemp, Marijuana, Cannabis
“The first thing you need to understand.” I told them, “Is that hemp and marijuana both belong to the cannabis family.”
I was rudely interrupted by Brett. “See, I told you hemp was just another word for weed. It’s marijuana. It gets you goofed.”
“No Brett.” I replied. “That is where you are wrong. Although hemp and marijuana belong to the same genus, they are very different plants. Hemp differs from marijuana in that does not produce sufficient THC to have an effect on humans. It is non-psychoactive.”
The dazed and confused look returned. I was not getting through to them and needed another approach.